Monica Lewinsky Makes A Mockery Of Donald Trump With Her Take On A Popular Meme

Monica Lewinsky is never one to shy away from politics. She's given Ted Talks, become an anti-bully advocate, and is even a Vanity Fair contributor, according to her Twitter bio. Now the 48-year-old is getting involved in the House committee investigation of the Capitol attack in the most millennial way possible. Lewinsky created a meme about Trump's alleged comments he made about the Capital Insurrection on January 6, and it has not one but two stings on the former president (via Hollywood Life). 

The House committee investigations have shed light on a lot of information surrounding January 6. People have given their on-sight testimonies of the damage, videos from the day have been made public, and, most recently, former President Trump has made comments about where he was at the time of the Capitol attack. Naturally, people are doing what they do best in times of concern — making jokes.

Lewinsky isn't just reposting memes though. Instead, she's making her own, and the jokes are a reminder of where we were in politics and where we are today.

Monica Lewinsky made a steering wheel meme about Trump

Monica Lewinsky made a meme based on the distracted boyfriend template that has been floating around social media. It features former President Trump as the distracted boyfriend, p**** as his girlfriend, and steering wheel as the girl walking away (via Twitter). The meme centers around Cassidy Hutchinson's, aide to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, testimony that former President Trump allegedly tried to go to the Capitol during the January 6 attack, according to Hollywood Life.

"The president said something to the effect of, I'm the f**king president, take me up to the Capitol now," Hutchinson testified. "The president reached up toward the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel. Mr. Engel grabbed his arm and said, 'Sir, you need to take your hand off the steering wheel, we're going back to the West Wing. We're not going to the Capitol.'"

Hence, Trump was distracted by the steering wheel during the meme. Lewinsky accompanied the Twitter meme with "(i think i did this correctly)[sic]," which is most likely made to be read ironically. 

There are multiple digs planted in Lewinksy's meme

Reuters reported former President Trump has denied grabbing the steering wheel on January 6. "Her fake story that I tried to grab the steering wheel of the White House limousine in order to steer it to the Capitol Building is 'sick' and fraudulent," Trump wrote on his Truth Social account, according to the publication. Of course, any good maker of memes knows that if public opinion means it's funny, then it is. 

There is one part of Monica Lewinsky's meme that is technically true though. During the 2016 election, the now-infamous Trump statement "Grab 'em by the p****," came to light. The vulgar comment came from a taped conversation he was having with Billy Bush of Access Hollywood, according to The New York Times. That's where Lewinsky gets the p**** part of her meme. Basically, the meme shows the former president trading out one absurd comment for another.

Something tells us that this is only the beginning of the memes to come out of this trial. Heck, it might not even be the last from Lewinsky herself.